In this part, we are required to add behaviour to our application that requires us to use a custom authtication process filter rather than the out of the box one created when you use http auto-config=true.
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Part 4 and 5 of the series continues with adding behavior specified in here
Over the next few parts (6 – 10) of the series we will implement functionality that doesn’t come out-of-the-box with spring security and will require customizing spring security elements.
If there is anything in particular anyone would like to see examined please leave a comment.
Part 3 of a series exploring spring security through the development of a simple web application is available.
This part continues to show how we can add security related behavior to our web application using spring security.
I have written part 2 of the series that explores spring security by developing a simple web application.
The second part looks at setting up another project to cater for adding and running acceptance (end-to-end) tests against the application. It documents the addition of the first failing acceptance test and use of spring mvc and spring security to get the test to pass.
I have written part 1 of the series that explores spring security by developing a simple web application.
The first parts looks at setting up infrastructure to allow development of the web application using:
Ant 1.7.1 http://ant.apache.org/
Java 1.5 http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/index.jsp
Spring 2.5.6 http://springframework.org/download
Spring Security 2.0.4 http://springframework.org/download
Tomcat 6.0.18 http://tomcat.apache.org/
JUnit 4.5 http://www.junit.org/
JMock 2.5.1 http://www.jmock.org/
I am currently in the process of writing up a series on developing a simple web application that uses spring-mvc and spring security. The series will start with the basics and hopefully delve into more advanced topics. Importantly, an iterative and incremental approach is been taken to the development with automation and test-driven development being used and described.
You can view the code for this series by either browsing online or checking out the source yourself. The code is hosted on google code at: http://code.google.com/p/spring-security-series/